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shadows beating him. he died of a brain hemorrhage the next day. shortly after her son's death, lianne kowiak thought she found an legal ally. wilson worked with an organization that would deny financial aid to those who endorsed hazing. but now wilson will not return kowiak's phone calls and she did not realize that a powerful lobby group called frat pack was pushing wilson to back off. saying we believe that effort has bee.when fraternity memberst took harrison to the e.r. in 2008, they sold hospital that he injured himself playing football. it was not until harrison's mother he filed a lawsuit in 2009 that the truth came out. no one was arrested. prosecutors found no basis for criminal charge. joining us now from florida is lianne kowiak, harrison's mother. thank you for joining us in this conversation, lianne. >> thank you for having me on this evening. >> michael: you know, before we get into the legislation, before we talk about what needs to happen, tell us a little bit your son harrison. i'm sure that's something you love to talk about. he was a golf prodigy, wasn't he. >> yes,
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